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A Guide to Enema Play

Enema BagsErotic enemas are enjoyed by a wide number of the population. People who enjoy enemas as a sexual stimulant are called klismaphiliacs. Enema play has a strong appeal to those who enjoy anal stimulation. For those who are into dominance and submission, the act of giving/receiving an enema is a satisfying demonstration of those roles during a scene. Being ordered to hold your bowels while your stomach is churning and cramping can be quite erotic and emotional as well.

When engaging in enema play, planning ahead will make the experience enjoyable and sexy. Physical discomfort, fumbling about for equipment, and cleaning up unintended spills is so not hot (unless these events are part of the scene you planned, in which case that’s hot). Set up the scenario that you wish with candles, bondage equipment, costumes, etc. Create a comfortable place to lie down once the enema has been administered. Some people rest on a couple of beach towels on the bed or floor. No matter where you decide to hold your enema, be sure you have planned ahead as to where you will evacuate your bowels once you decide or have been given permission to do so.

Once the location of the enema play has been planned, make sure you have a clean enema bag, lubricant to ease insertion of the nozzle, a clamp or hemostats, plain tap water or enema solution for more advanced players, bleach for cleanup afterwards, and you might also want some rubber gloves. The water in the enema bag should be around 102 degrees. If the water is too hot, you could be burned and water that is too cold may cause cramping. You will need to hang the enema bag approximately 2 feet above your bottom.

Get into a comfortable position to receive your enema. You might try lying on your left side with your left leg straight and your right leg bent with your knee against your chest. Another good position for enema play is doggie style, with your bottom in the air and your chest on the floor. You may also want to lie on your back with your knees against your chest and your feet splayed apart to allow clear access to your anus. Many enema play enthusiasts express that the over the knee position is their favorite pose for enema administration. This position can place a lot of pressure on your stomach so you may want to have your stomach between your partner’s knees.

Gently insert a well lubricated nozzle into a relaxed and well lubricated ass. Go slowly, and relax and exhale as the nozzle enters the sphincter muscle. When the nozzle is in place, remove the clamp from the hose and allow the enema to flow into you. If you feel the need to void, or have cramping you should stop for a few seconds and relax. An enema can take up to fifteen minutes. Most enemas are about 2 quarts, you may take less than that there is no regulation enema rulebook.

When it is time to evacuate your bowels, move to the toilet with the nozzle still inside you. Do not remove it until you are in position to void. While moving to the toilet, the enema bag should be held slightly higher than the waist. If it is held too high, it increases pressure, if it goes below the waist it can result in back flow.

Enema play can be a very erotic experience when planned and done correctly. As with any of the edgier sexual activities, take your time, plan ahead, and communicate with your partner. Enema play is definitely something that you cannot do if you cannot bring yourself to say it. If you need a little help in addressing the topic of enema play to your partner, or you just want to expand and explore enema play, take a look at Intimate Invasions: The Erotic Ins and Outs of Enema Play by M.R. Strict. This book offers entertaining anecdotal information about the sometimes taboo and exciting activity of erotic enema play.

This guide was written by Justine Case, Sex Toy Connoseur